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_______________________________________________________________I wanted to once again thank you all for allowing me to be a part of your reunion event. It was a great experience, and I enjoyed seeing you all again. Please accept my best wishes for your tremendous and on-going work to assist our old school. – Dionne Jackson-Miller
More than 120 students made up the graduating class at Morant Bay High School with all of them attaining between five and 13 subjects in the Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate examinations.Click to read more
Memories and Reflections of the Last 25 Years
Is there anything that we have accomplished that we should be proud of? This is a powerful question and one that we do not really need to think too hard about. As an organization, our existence has depended on accomplishments, which resulted in support for our alma mater, financially and otherwise. However, how did we get to this place at this time? To answer this question each of us needs to take a step back down memory lane, back to MBHS and the time we spent there.
The Journey 25 Years ago
This journey started over a year ago starting with the 50th anniversary celebration of Morant Bay High School’s existence. We celebrated in Jamaica in January, and then journeyed to Canada in May. While the High School was celebrating a milestone, the New York Alumni Chapter was celebrating its quarter century Click here to view article or click her to view photo album
The Morant Bay High School Alumni Association, (MBHSAA) New York chapter has contributed just over US$100 thousand dollars (JA$8.4 million) over the past 25 years to support various projects at their alma mater. This was disclosed by the President of MBHSAA New York chapter, Charles Murray while addressing the association’s 25th anniversary dinner dance Click her to read more
It is always nice seeing Nicky and Sammy Sing the the Jamaican & the American national anthems, Let us know what are your thoughts. Leave your comments
Ever the country girl : By Maureen Thomas
It is indeed summertime in New York City; I go to the green grocer with anticipation to pick up my favorite fruits. I get my nectarines, oranges, strawberries, cherries and grapes. Then there is a slight pause when I pass by the mangoes sitting in a box waiting to be picked up; however, there is hesitation and nostalgia on my part. My hesitation comes from not knowing what kind of “mango” I am about to purchase. This mango does not have a name, it simply says “mango”. Click to read more
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